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Close-up of a Camarasaurus skull, displaying its dentition with large spatulate teeth.   Image Close-up of a Camarasaurus skull, displaying its dentition with large spatulate teeth.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a Camarasaurus skull with many spatulate teeth.   Image Camarasaurus skull with many spatulate teeth, typical for this plant-eating sauropod.
Updated June 20, 2011
Sideview of a Camarasaurus skeleton in sandstone from the Howe Ranch, Wyoming.   Image Sideview of a Camarasaurus skeleton still in sandstone, found on Howe Ranch, Wyoming.
Updated June 20, 2011
Image of a skull reconstruction of Camarasaurus.   Image Skull reconstruction of Camarasaurus; its body temperature was similar to that of humans.
Updated June 20, 2011
Illustration of channels in a polymer electrolyte membrane material.   Image The channels in a polymer electrolyte membrane material align when you stretch it.
Updated June 20, 2011
Image showing water molecules inside blue ionic nanochannels.   Image This image shows water molecules (red and white) inside ionic nanochannels (blue).
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a mother teaching her child.   Image Research shows it is never too early to engage children in learning.
Updated June 17, 2011
Horizontal and vertical words in red, blue and green.   Image Cognitive scientists at MIT demonstrated a substantial improvement to Zipf's law.
Updated June 17, 2011
Photo of Professor James Hewlett with a juvenile male red-tailed hawk.   Image Professor James Hewlett with a juvenile male red-tailed hawk prior to the hawk's being released.
Updated June 17, 2011
Photo of a genetic analysis of a female red-tailed hawk.   Image The two dark bands inside the box of this genetic analysis indicates a female red-tailed hawk.
Updated June 17, 2011
Photo of a blind that researchers use to study hawk populations in upstate New York.   Image An example of one of Braddock Bay Raptor Research's blinds used in the study of hawk populations.
Updated June 17, 2011
Photo of Professor James Hewlett with a red-tailed hawk in hand.   Image Professor James Hewlett with a red-tailed hawk in hand.
Updated June 17, 2011
Photo of a hand holding a 3-year old male wire-tailed manakin with adult plumage.   Image Male wire-tailed manakin with adult plumage at age three; he may wait until eight to mate.
Updated June 16, 2011
Photo of a drab green female wire-tailed manakin.   Image Female wire-tailed manakins are a drab green, which helps conceal their nest locations.
Updated June 16, 2011
Photo of a hand holding two five-day-old wire-tailed manakin nestlings with bands.   Image Five-day-old wire-tailed manakin nestlings with bands placed on them as part of the study.
Updated June 16, 2011
Photo of the head of a wire-tailed manakin's showing its bright plumage.   Image A wire-tailed manakin's bright plumage is derived from pigments in the fruits it eats.
Updated June 16, 2011
Photo of a wire-tailed manakin nest with two eggs.   Image Wire-tailed manakin nests are held together with spider webs and fine plant rootlets.
Updated June 16, 2011
Photo of a male wire-tailed manakin displaying his striking plumage.   Image Male wire-tailed manakin displays his striking plumage against the dense rainforest understory.
Updated June 16, 2011
Photo of a female broadtailed hummingbird collecting nectar from the flowers of tall larkspur.   Image A female broadtailed hummingbird collects nectar from the flowers of tall larkspur.
Updated June 15, 2011
Photo of flowers of rock jasmine.   Image Rock jasmine flowers longest in mid-summer rains. In no-rain summers, it dries up and dies.
Updated June 15, 2011
Photo of Aspen sunflowers in a montane meadow with mountains in the background.   Image Aspen sunflower blooms in mid-summer; it is extremely sensitive to changes in climate.
Updated June 15, 2011
Photo of dwarf bluebells with a snow-capped mountain in the background.   Image Dwarf bluebells is one of the earliest plants to bloom in spring; queen bees come to it for nectar.
Updated June 15, 2011
Photo of flowers of Indian paintbrush.   Image Indian paintbrush is one of several wildflowers adapted for hummingbird pollination.
Updated June 15, 2011
Photo of a bumblebee worker visiting flowers of the tall bluebell.   Image A bumblebee worker visits flowers of the tall bluebell for both nectar and pollen.
Updated June 15, 2011
Photo of rising seas lapping at a house in the film Nights in Rodanthe.   Image Rising seas lap at the house in "Nights in Rodanthe," filmed during the field work.
Updated June 15, 2011
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